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Thread: Part 2 of family Portriat Redwork

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    Here are some more work i have done

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    Great work - you are very talented and it will be cherished forever.

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    OMG Jerrie!
    You are doing a magnificent job!
    You have a great talent for that!

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    You do such good work from photos! It will be such a treasure for generations to come!

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    How do you do that? do you use a light box?

    wonderful work!!!!

    Rose Hall

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    Those are very good. can't wait to see the finished quilt :)

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    Jerrie, your redwork is spot on with the person! I can't wait to see the finished product!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose Hall
    How do you do that? do you use a light box?

    wonderful work!!!!

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    Rose no i do not use a light box i use my hands

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    Wow you are doing an awesome job.

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    hurry up---I want to see the finished quilt!---you ARE very talented, you know

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    Wow You do awesome work :D :D :D

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    I absolutely love this work. Such a great idea for your family.

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    Jerri,
    Each & every face that you have created,
    is perfect in every way!! :D I am anxious to
    see the finished project. Keep up your
    lovely work!! Thank you for sharing with us.
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    I love those!! How awesome, I'd love to see the results :)

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    You are so talented!. I can't wait to see the finished product.

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    Awesome... and very creative!

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    Hi Jerrie, what beautiful work you have done! What a tribute to your

    family! After you have completed all of the portraits, what's coming

    next? I see each of the portraits as the center of an Irish Chain block.

    Whatever you decide to do - this is going to be an awesom quilt!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    OMG Jerrie!
    You are doing a magnificent job!
    You have a great talent for that!

    I could say it better. Your work is wonderful.

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    Jerrie...absolutely lovely. Such a beautiful, meaningful family heirloom you're creating!!

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    Those are beautiful. As I said before you are truly an artist. Keep the pictures coming.

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    I am going to do a family tree with a tree in the center of the quilt with names embroiderd on it and the leaves then i will put the portriats around the outside altered with hearts I think hearts not for sure yet don't want it to be too busy drawing pratice sheet to see how it will look i will keep you up on what i am doing

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